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Thread began 8/22/2014 9:55 am by Daniel | Last modified 5/21/2015 5:33 pm by Daniel | 3950 views | 24 replies


Database driven website.

I have a client that wants a website that can take 4000 products.

Following is what the client requested:

1. The client wants a website that is not e-commerce that can take 4000 products with search and results and then browsers must be able to request products from the client that I'm building the site for via email to order what they have seen on the site.

2. Same website just e-commerce. I have the super suite package the only problem is that I'm in South Africa and our currency is Rand and you don't have the 'R' sign in the e-cart object(is there a solution for this because I don't know how the coding works- what I mean is: if I change the '$' sign to 'R' in the e-cart object if it's going to effect payments over the net?).

The customer wants quotes on both that is why I showed the 2 options.

So here is my question. It's my first time doing something like this. How do I go about?

Then I want to find out is there a quick way to load the products or do I have to load every product myself and charge the client a per hour rate?

Thank you for your help.


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